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Faulty Mobile Phone Data Recovery Services.


Mobile Phones Repair and Recovery i Pad Tablet Evidence Data Recoverywater damaged mobile phone evidence


Computer Science Labs Mobile Phone Evidence Data Recovery Services rescue, files, folders, pics, contacts and more from damaged and faulty Mobile Phones and Tablets.

Screen damaged, water damaged and electrical power damaged phones are stripped down to their circuit board components and where possible access to evidence data is facilitated by a careful reconstruction of the instrument. Such reconstruction leaving the integrity of the instruments stored data un-compromised.

Water Damaged Phones and Tablets.


Water contaminated devices are cleaned using specialist baths and fluids and then subsequently evidence data extracted and processed.

Mobile Phone Evidential Repair.


Computer Science Labs has developed several approaches to examining damaged mobile phones and tablets within a forensic framework and these include chip swapping techniques. In cases where a combined memory chip and memory chip controller are needed in the reconstruction both are are transferred from the damaged exhibit device into the donor exhibit device.



We can recover evidence data from all types of mobile device including:

  • Smartphones
  • Tablets
  • Memory cards- SD, MicroSD, MMC.
  • Sat Nav & GPS devices
  • Phones with Chinese chip-sets
  • 3G Modems
  • Portable music players, iPods, MP3 players.

  • The type of data we can extract includes:

  • Handset info and SIM-card data
  • Contact info
  • Incoming/Outgoing/Missed Call Logs
  • SMS and MMS messages(including deleted)
  • Email
  • Apps (WhatsApp, Kik, Tango, chat etc.)
  • Calendar events.
  • Tasks
  • Text notes
  • Photos (live and deleted)
  • Videos (live and deleted)
  • Audio (voice mail,audio notes etc)
  • Full file system from phone memory and flash cards
  • GPRS and Wi-Fi activity giving locations (‘cell site analysis’)



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